The bill providing more legal protections for Californian transgenders was approved by the state assembly.
Good news! Opponents of SB48, which is the law which allows to teach LGBT history in schools of California, have just admitted that they will not have enough signatures to bring a vote against it!
At a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama urged countries to stand up for LGBT rights.
Arizona will continue to provide benefits to partner of the same-sex workers such as decided the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.
In Rhode Island, remember that marriage equality didn't pass and then, a few weeks after, civil unions were legalized. But how to be satisfied with this civil union whereas the goal was to obtain the right to marry? Only 9 couples get civil unions in its first month.
Yesterday, The New Yorker ran an article about Republican, Michele Bachmann. Her views on gay rights shocked some and intrigued others, causing many other newspapers to pick up on her words alongside those aforementioned.
The Republican senators who voted for the gay marriage in New York and who help to pass it were rewarded by generous contributions to their campaigns.
Thanks to Nikari and Laura who send me the link, I watch this video which should be watched by everyone and especialy straight people. As described on Youtube, the video is about Zach Wahls, a 19-year-old University of Iowa student who spoke about the strength of his family during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa House of Representatives. Zach has two mothers, and came to oppose House Joint Resolution 6 which would end civil unions in Iowa.
The top state senator of Iowa continues and will continue to block any attempts wanting to constitutionally repeal gay marriage in the state.
Finally we will know the California Supreme Court's opinion: Can the sponsors of Prop. 8 defend or not the bill in state court as the governor and the attorney general refuse?